The Binghamton Mets 3,000th game anniversary turned out to be historic but not in the way they had hoped.  On the night of the B-Mets special milestone it was Harrisburg Senators pitching that turned out special.  Paul Demny and Ian Krol teamed-up to no-hit Binghamton en route to a 6-1 Harrisburg win.

The B-Mets scored their lone run in the seventh inning when Allan Dykstra walked and moved to third base on a Demny throwing error.  Francisco Pena hit into a double-play that allowed Dykstra to score.

Demny started the game on the mound for the Senators and pitched eight complete innings yielding three walks along with striking out five batters. Krol came on to pitch a perfect ninth inning and complete the no-hitter.

It was the first time Binghamton was no-hit since August 13, 2001 against the Portland Sea Dogs.  The loss drops the B-Mets record to 17-17 while Harrisburg moves to 16-18.

The B-Mets and Senators meet again tonight at NYSEG Stadium with game-time at 7:05 PM (airtime at 6:50 PM on News Radio 1290 WNBF).